|By Marketwired .||
|May 22, 2014 07:00 AM EDT||
PALO ALTO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 05/22/14 -- The Radicati Group's latest study, "Information Archiving Market, 2014-2018," provides an in depth analysis of the Information Archiving market including both on-premises and cloud-based archiving.
According to the study, the information archiving market continues to show strong growth and is evolving along several different dimensions, which include: providing archiving support for a growing list of different content types, offering customers more cloud-based and hybrid deployment options, and offering richer mobile access capabilities.
The report provides extensive data regarding installed base market share by vendor, revenue market share by vendor, four-year forecasts, and adoption by region and business size, for both the on-premises and cloud-based Information Archiving market segments. It also provides a detailed analysis of key market players, including: ArcMail, Barracuda Networks, CommVault, EMC, Google, HP Autonomy, IBM, Metalogix, Microsoft, Mimecast, OpenText, Proofpoint, SilverSky, Smarsh, Sonian and Symantec.
The worldwide Information Archiving market, including both the on-premises and cloud-based archiving segments, is projected to top $4.0 billion in revenues in 2014.
To order a copy of the study, or for additional information about our research, please visit our web site at http://www.radicati.com or contact us at 650-322-8059.
About The Radicati Group, Inc.
The Radicati Group covers all aspects of email, security, information archiving, regulatory compliance, wireless technologies, web services, social networking, instant messaging, unified communications, and more. The company provides both quantitative and qualitative information, including detailed market size, installed base and forecast information on a worldwide basis, as well as detailed country breakouts.
The Radicati Group advises corporate organizations to assist them in selecting the right products to fit their business needs, and also works with vendors to define the best strategic direction for their products. The Radicati Group also works with investment firms on a worldwide basis to identify and assess new investment opportunities.
The Radicati Group, Inc. is headquartered in Palo Alto, CA, with offices in London, UK.
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